ciclopiroxolamine

ci·clo·pir·ox·ol·a·mine

(sī'klō-pir'oks-ōl'ă-mēn)
A broad-spectrum antifungal agent used to treat a variety of fungus and yeast skin infections.
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Selected double blind comparative studies on the efficacy and tolerance of ciclopiroxolamine solution and cream [in German].
Our study yielded results similar to those of other studies.(43) Cure rates in the 10% to 15% range have been found with a propylene glycol-urea-lactic acid solution,(44) and with ciclopiroxolamine.(45)(46) Even higher cure rates have been found with other treatments: 30% to 60% with urea-bifonazole solution(47)(48)(49); 42% with naftitine hydrochloride gel(50); 64% to 84% with amorolfine,(51) and 50% to 74% with amorolfine lacquer.(30)
Efficacy of ciclopiroxolamine 1% cream in onychomycosis and tinea pedis.